Front Street Pizza Hut Restaurant Closes Suddenly
The Pizza Hut restaurant on Upper Front Street in the town of Chenango has closed its doors.
The Pizza Hut signs and markings have been removed. The old signs were left next to a trash area behind the building.
Notices posted in the entrances thanked customers for "so many years of support."
The closing leaves only one dine-in Pizza Hut location left in the Binghamton area.
The national chain still has a traditional restaurant on East Main Street in the Union District of Endicott.
GC Pizza Hut - a unit of Golden Child Holdings of Westchester County - has been closing many of the dine-in restaurants in upstate New York in recent years.
Jonathan Childs of Pound Ridge, managing partner of Golden Child Holdings, did not respond to telephone or email messages seeking comment on the decision to close the Front Street Pizza Hut.
Jim Smith, who oversees local Pizza Hut operations, said he was not authorized to speak about the closing or other changes that may be planned in the region.
Dine-in Pizza Hut units in Johnson City, Vestal and Owego have been closed without public explanation in recent years.
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